Gloucester travel to take on the Leicester Tigers on Sunday knowing that a win will keep them in the hunt for a play off place as the Aviva Premiership prepares for a two week hiatus.
However, the Tigers have an impressive home record and will be looking to maintain their own challenge.
Regularly packing in crowds around the 20,000 mark, Leicester benefit from superb home support and it can be a tough place for opponents as Lewis admits.
"It's a pretty uncompromising place, so we've just got to go up there and do what we can do and hopefully pull off a result.
"This is the final game before our two week break from fixtures, so we've got to give it our all and make sure we leave Leicester with no what-ifs, whatever the result.
"Last year up there was one of the games I enjoyed most out of the whole season, not just because of the result but because the crowd make it so intense when they get on your back, and that can really spur you on.
"It's a hard environment, but it's no different from any other game. And when the crowd give us stick, we've just got to use that as motivation, we've got to feed off that.
"The job doesn't change, so we've just got to get on with it. The key thing about going up to somewhere like Leicester is that there's respect - but there's no fear.
"The boys want to go up there and just play as well as they can, play their normal game and threaten however we can.
"We've got to impose our game on them, so we won't be overawed by the occasion."